I love finding different uses for everyday items! So when I found out that I can use toothpaste that has baking soda in it to clean the burn marks on my glass stove top, I was excited. I
had heard about using the old solution of a baking soda and water paste but I absolutely love this discovery not only because of how easy it is but I love the minty smell of the toothpaste! In the link below, I explain the process of how I cleaned my glass cooktop with toothpaste and a toothbrush!
17 Minutes 3.00 Easy
Commented on Apr 21, 2013
I use a scraper designed to remove paint from glass, cheap and easy.
After years of staring at my plain white appliances, I got bored. And when I get bored, I get a little crazy. So I decided to paint them with one $10 pint of Rustoleum enamel paint in
Regal Red. It took three coats over a weekend, but they look amazing! I followed it up with some spray on poly to help protect it. It's been nearly a year and no chips yet. I used a silver paint pen to add my settings. What I should have done there was placed tracing paper over the knob prongs and meticulously copied my settings, because I left a lot out. Then I could have added a vinyl transfer or used a fine tip paint pen. I may scrape off the paint around the dials and redo it later down the line. Otherwise it was a cheap and easy update! More photos and details here http://www.killerbdesigns.com/10-appliance-m...